Spaces in India.
I saw older post which was closed without any reply. Wanting to check if there is any ETA for spaces in India ? Preferably same location (BLR) as other services.
Monitor main metrics of a Block Storage Device (Disk Usage %) and set Alerts
DigitalOcean does not provide the possibility to monitor certain metrics of a block storage device, and display these metrics in graphs. Just for Droplets. It would be a great help to have a way to see, for example, the % of storage disk usage of a block of volume(s) over time, its evolution in hours or days, similar to what we have for Droplets. It would be a great improvement and very useful to have the possibility to create a Resource Alert when Disk Utilization is running high for a Volume or Volumes added to a specific droplet. Thank you for your support. Cheers, Nelson
spaces api to purge file(s)
Why do you require the full api access to purge a file when changed. Please add cdn purging to the spaces API or a separate one at least.
disk utilization for volumes
Currently the Graphs do not display disk utilization for attached volumes. This should be added.
Option to set a hard cap on outbound transfer
It would be nice to be able to set a cap on outbound transfer, after which all downloads would be suspended (instead of uncontrollably incurring out of bundle charges). S3 does not have such feature, and that was the main reason I started looking elsewhere.
Granular API token access to Object Storage (Spaces)
DigitalOcean does not yet have granular API token access as an option. As the API tokens are now give access to all Spaces on the same account which is not optimal for us as a web agency. We could create an account for each client, but this will give us hundreds of accounts and much more extra work for our bookkeeper.
Access key per space
Please prioritise having individual keys for individual spaces. It's pretty useless with multiple products or clients. I can't use it for backup for instance, because every other project will be able to access these backups if compromised.
Spaces needs access logs.. so we can know what's happening under the hood It's the only reason I use AWS CloudFront instead.. here's their access log: https://docs.aws.amazon.com/AmazonCloudFront/latest/DeveloperGuide/AccessLogs.html
Automatically purge file from CDN when the file is identified changed or removed
This seems like a bug or missing feature (I know it can be workarounded using DigitalOcean API or doctl compute cdn flush $cdn_id --files $file ). The issue is when doing any file changes in DigitalOcean Spaces e.g. uploading an updated file using s3cmd - it is still stuck in CDN with the old file. Why DigitalOcean doesn't automatically purge file from CDN when the file is identified as changed or even removed? For example if https://cdn.mydomain.com/test.jpg doesn't exist, after I upload test.jpg to space https://cdn.mydomain.com/test.jpg would display it without requiring me to purge CDN cache. It is not consistent with case if test.jpg already exist and after I delete it or upload modified test.jpg, now https://cdn.mydomain.com/test.jpg still be stuck with the old file. DigitalOcean should automatically identify change and purge it from CDN cache.